Wall Street continued downward trend for fourth consecutive day, despite President Bush unveiling a new stimulus package.
A Federal Trade Commission judge dismisses the agency's suit that alleged the chip designer engaged in antitrust practices regarding SDRAM, the most common memory found in the market.
Profit warnings from Nortel Networks and Palm send technology stocks into a tailspin.
Although the value of Palm's offer to buy Extended Systems has been cut in half by the handheld maker's stock collapse, analysts expect the deal to go through.
Shares in the handheld giant plunge nearly 50 percent when investors realize the company vastly overestimated demand amid a weak economy.
Top executives at tech-heavy stalwarts such as Hewlett-Packard and Apple find themselves back at square one--with share prices at or below where they stood when they began.